Authorities in China have ordered strengthened customs inspections to prevent the deadly Ebola virus from entering the country.
The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection, and Quarantine has announced enhanced inspection procedures for all airlines inbound from regions affected by Ebola.
Sanitary measures on incoming vehicles and goods will also be stepped up.
Imports on some special goods and animal products will be suspended, while the authorities will also try to raise awareness among travelers bound for affected regions.
Four countries in West Africa have reported more than eight hundred deaths from Ebola, with more than 13-hundred infected since the beginning of March.